Developed at first as master’s thesis through UCLA, Optimum Biometric Labs, a developer of biometric systems monitoring solutions, has released a report titled “Best Practices in Biometrics Performance Monitoring Programs.”
The document primarily deals with standards, methods, processes, frameworks and tools that can be leveraged to obtain data to detect, diagnose, report and recover issues and further assess the reliability, availability, maintainability and performance of biometric systems.
In addition to the release of their report, Optimum is hoping to create a new category of biometric products the company calls Biometric Performance Monitoring tools.
Optimum has developed off-the-shelf software, called BioUptime, to perform such monitoring. In conjunction with both the push for the new product category and the report release, Optimum is offering on-site courses on biometric performance monitoring.